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Growing Up With Learning Disabilities
Children are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Are children with learning disabilities equipped to answer that question? A "can do" attitude can make all of the difference.
Helping Kids Reach Their Goals
Goal setting can be a challenge in itself for children with learning disabilities. The ability to plan ahead along with distractions can become discouraging. There are ways to help children, as well as adults with learning disabilities set achievable goals.
The holidays can bring more than thanksgiving and holiday cheer. Winter holidays can bring holiday depression and stress. There are ways to treat holiday stress and depression.
Increasing Learning with Disabilities
Students with learning disabilities have the ability to learn. They just learn differently. Student learning can be increased by simple cause and effect strategies.
Kids Learn to Share
Sharing can be learned with patience and perseverance. It is important to teach children to share at an early age because it is not a natural process. It can be learned by modeling the ideal behavior. Sharing builds social and emotional skills.
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Learning Effects of the Diet
An unhealthy diet can have a drastic effect on a child’s ability to learn. A diet consisting of high amounts of sugars and carbohydrates and not enough fruits and vegetables can actually starve the brain.
Living With A Learning Disability
Children with learning disabilities need to fit into the family harmoniously, too, so that the family unit remains strong and intact. Learn how to cope.
Maintaining Positive Behavior
Children with learning disabilities often portray behavior challenges. Negative behaviors can be changed. Simple strategies can be used to develop and maintain a positive behavior.
Making a Change in Behavior
Procrastination is a very powerful. It can make or break a dream. Children with learning disabilities often have trouble getting started with certain things in life because motivation is not present. The effects of procrastination can decrease with simple changes to daily routines.
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